Book Review-The Evil Is In The Ice-Danny Odato

Friday, June 13, 2014

The Evil Is In The Ice is short and it took me maybe three hours to read this enjoyable sci-fi thriller. I am fast becoming a fan of this author. The first book I read was The Witches Revenge - click to read my review. I am almost finished with a third- And the Sun Always Sets - and will put up a review in a couple more days.

Why oh why can't humans leave well enough alone? Four very evil beings were trapped deep in the ice in the far reaches of Siberia--until they were discovered. Once it was ascertained where they would be defrosted and studied and they were shipped to their New York destination--that's where all the trouble begins. Will pure goodness and ancient bloodlines be able to harness this evil which is creating havoc and is slowly exterminating mankind?

Along with the book I received some Promo material with some sample interview questions and answers--This one caught my eye--

"Why did you decide to write it?

I have decided to write this to show and tell the world that Humans have limits in every discovery and that only God is the ultimate source who can tell us the real and final discover on this Earth"

About the Book: (from Amazon)

Far below the surface of an ancient tomb in Siberia,
four bodies are unearthed from their eternal rest.

The bodies are curiously well preserved, even though they have been buried for centuries, and they are brought for study to a New York research facility under the authority of highly acclaimed Dr. Frederick Orville. But soon after the investigation begins, things go terribly wrong. The demonic souls of the beings are reanimated…and they are hell-bent on terror.

Dr. Orville and his team work tirelessly in an underground bunker, under military guard, desperately trying to develop a serum to counteract the havoc the zombie-like terrorists wreak on their numerous victims. As a descendant of the Axosyz, only Doctor Orville’s daughter has the spiritual insight necessary to direct the scientists and reveal the forces of good they’ll need to overcome the evil that has been unleashed.

The Evil in the Ice is a fast-paced science-fiction thriller that takes the reader to a place where disbelief is suspended, faith in God is questioned, and the mystery of immortality is tantalizingly close to being unraveled.

Read a Sample of the book here

Purchase the Book Here

About the Author: (from his website)

Danny Odato is the President and CEO of Feeding American Families and the Book Gallery, a company that publishes novels and stories of different genres. After his extensive study in Philosophy, he found his dream mission: to help the poor and the needy, and those who had suffered from the foreclosure mission in the United States. At Feeding American Families, a non-profit charity organization started in 2012 by Danny himself, he helps out families with their financial problems while on the sidelines he owns a book publishing company, The Book Gallery as well..


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Sharon Martin said...

oh this sounds like a book to keep you on the edge of your seat.

Masshole Mommy said...

I love sci-fi thrillers and I LOVE that is's short, so I could finish it in one day at the beach!!

Amber B said...

Sounds like a great read and being short makes it even more appealing. Thanks for sharing. said...

Ooo, sounds like a freaky one! (He looks like such a nice man to write such a freaky book LOL)

Elayna Fernandez-Bare said...

My favorite part was when you added why he wrote the book. I think it is true that all creativity and goodness comes from a limitless source we call God.

becca said...

this sound very interesting for sure

SavingsInSeconds said...

Wow, the author's bio is so inspiring!

Maria said...

I love a good si fi thriller. Humans do have limits. Great selection!

Cheap Is The *New* Classy said...

I can't believe you read that book in 3 hours. You read crazy fast!

Debi@The Spring Mount 6 Pack said...

I love a book that grabs me and I can't stop reading

Rebecca Swenor said...

I have not read for years but your reviews have gotten me reading again. These sound like a great reads for me. Thanks for all your reviews.

Ashley R said...

I like sci-fi thrillers! Sounds like a great one, and on the short side too.

Chelsea Olivia said...

Sci-fi books aren't my thing, but because a) it's sci-fi and b) it's not too long, I think my dad would love this!

ReviewsSheROTE Pamela R said...

SiFi is not my cup of tea....but sounds intriguing

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